Pierre Abbat <phma%bezitopo.org@localhost> writes: > I removed /usr/obj/pkgsrc and ran pkg_admin rebuild-tree and tried > again. This time I got this: > > # pkg_admin rebuild-tree > Done. > # bmake replace > => Bootstrap dependency digest>=20010302: found digest-20121220 > ===> Replacing for boost-docs-1.53.0 > WARNING: experimental target - DATA LOSS MAY OCCUR. > Creating binary package: boost-docs-1.52.0 > Creating package /usr/obj/pkgsrc/devel/boost-docs/work/boost-docs-1.52.0 > ===> Updating using binary package of boost-docs-1.53.0 > /usr/pkg/sbin/pkg_add -K /var/db/pkg -U -D /usr/pkgsrc/packages/All/boost- > docs-1.53.0.tgz > pkg_add: Dependency of boost-1.52.0 fulfilled by boost-docs-1.52.0, but not > by > boost-docs-1.53.0 That looks ok > Why is it creating the package 1.52.0 instead of 1.53.0? 'make package' already made the new package. make replace is creating a binary package from the installed bits so that you can back out the replace if you have to.
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